Snapshot multispectral cameras capture up to 16 co-registered multispectral images simultaneously. Spectral Devices unique pixelated multispectral filter array technology enables a single camera sensor to work like many cameras in combination. Take snapshot multispectral images with each camera exposure. Capture multispectral video at up to 90 FPS. We offer snapshot multispectral cameras designed for precision agriculture, biomedical research, food sorting, horticulture, precision color detection, and simultaneous color and near infrared imaging. We also customize snapshot multispectral cameras for customer applications by fabricating pixelated multispectral filter arrays with custom bands. Software and SDKs available for Windows, Linux, and National Instruments LabVIEW.
The MSMC-2-2 is a multispectral imaging system incorporating two multispectral cameras into a single housing. An internal beam splitter enables each camera to observe the same scene without parallax artifacts. The system is supplied with Windows-based 2ndLook software providing easy setup and simultaneous recording of images from both cameras. Power is provided to each camera through the USB3 Vision interfaces. The housing is constructed from hard anodized aluminum for stability and durability. The housing is dust-proof and splash-proof. Compatible with all Spectral Devices's MSC-series cameras.
Multispectral microscopy imaging systems are designed for demanding multi-channel microscopy applications. These systems split the incoming light path into four independent, co-registered optical paths, each with removable filter holders and a microscopy camera. The system enables the user to obtain 4 images at the same time and from the same field of view. Simultaneously capture fluorescence images at four independent wavelengths. Capture bright field images alongside fluorescence images. Capture synchronized, co-registered multi-camera video. Comes with Windows 2ndLook software, which is easy to setup, easy to use, and efficiently manages multi-camera imaging tasks.
The SBC-1 is an embedded vision computer system powered by ARM® big.LITTLE™ heterogeneous multi-processing technology. The SBC-1 offers powerful computing capacity, excellent energy-efficiency, and an ultra-small form factor for embedded applications. The computer is preloaded with Linux (Ubuntu), the Pleora eBUS camera acquisition runtime, and msCapture a highly configurable software application for capturing images from MSC series multispectral cameras from Spectral Devices. The SBC-1 includes eMMC 5.0, USB 3.0 and Gigabit Ethernet interfaces. The SBC-1 comes packaged in a CNC-machined aluminum case for passive thermal management without the need for a CPU fan.
Multispectral line scan cameras capture up to 16 bands of spectral information at high resolution. Each camera exposure results in multispectral line profiles across the field of view (2048 spatial pixels wide). Stacking the line profiles for each band results in a set of 2D multispectral images. These cameras operate at up to 7000 FPS (e.g. 4 bands) providing high-speed multispectral line scanning operation. Unlike other line scanning cameras, Spectral Devices line scan cameras have the ability to capture full frame images (2048 x 1088) for quick and accurate focusing. Our cameras offer solutions for precision agriculture, biomedical research, and simultaneous color and near infrared imaging. We also offer custom-built multispectral line scan cameras to enable customer applications. Software and SDKs are available for Windows, Linux, and National Instruments LabVIEW.